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The Goddess Letters

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By: Carol Orlock
Formats: Rocket eBook (213 KB), Mobipocket (434 KB), MS Reader (406 KB)
Wordcount: 70,000
Price: $5.99

Publisher: Scorpius Digital 1/2001

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Persephone, virgin goddess of flowers, has been kidnapped and raped by Hades, god of the underworld, and her mother's grief and rage know no bounds mortals would recognize. Persephone comes to womanhood not as the carefree soul of flowers, but as Hades' wife, and Queen of Hell. Forbidden to be together for part of every year, the goddesses employ Hermes, messenger of the gods, to help them exchange letters, and through these letters we come to know them as they learn to live with the unthinkable, and as they turn their eyes and hearts towards humankind, who hold the ultimate fate of the Greek pantheon in their power to believe or disbelieve.

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Saoirse rates this title as Excellent
Fantasy for Mythology Lovers -- 12/14/2004

Here's mythology given a heart and a set of solid brass ovaries. The gods fight for survival in a world where mortals - though they're not aware of it - increasingly make the rules. A mother and daughter are cruelly separated by the machinations of Olympian politics, and everything is changed thereby. A really lovely book.